On Friday, the Minnesota Vikings made another roster move that will likely, in the end, have pretty minimal effect.
The team waived quarterback Wes Lunt, who was largely viewed as a camp arm, and signed former Stanford linebacker Noor Davis.
Lunt, who was signed as an undrafted free agent out of Illinois after this year’s draft, was looking at potentially being a #3 quarterback or a practice squad addition. The Vikings releasing Lunt means absolutely, positively nothing for Teddy Bridgewater and should not be interpreted as any sort of statement on his status one way or another.
Davis played his college football at Stanford, and there really isn’t a whole lot of information on him out there. He was a high school All-American in 2011, and had 67 tackles and two interceptions in his Stanford career.
Again, this is a fairly minor roster move, but the Vikings made it. Ted and Di will have more from today’s sessions in Mankato here when the afternoon session wraps here in a little while.